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Obituary, 13 MAY 1879: "The Winchester "Times of the 7th inst., contains the following notice of the death of an estimable lady: 'Mrs. Woodworth, Woodworth, daughter of our townsman, Wm. H. Streit, and wife of the Rev. M. W. Woodworth, of the Presbyterian church of Burlington, W. Va., died at her father's residence in this city, on Friday last. Mrs. W's disease was pneumonia and it was so rapid in its course as to baffle the skill of her medical attendant terminating fatally in a single week. She was about 44 years of age, and leaves six young children, besides her husband and other relatives, to mourn her loss.'" --"Stauton Spectator," 13 May 1879, p. 2. ________________________________
Newspaper, 11 OCT 1881: "At the residence of Samuel McGlathery, in Green Spring Valley on Thursday. September 22d. by Rev. G. W Finley. Rev. M. W. WOODWORTH to Miss ISABELLA RAYMOND, daughter of the late Rev. Moses Raymond." --"Spirit of Jefferson," 11 OCT 1881, p. 2. _________________________________
Obituary, JUL 1939: "'Necrology'... William Streit Woodworth, 1887, was born in Winchester, Va., December 17, 1865, and died in Fort Meyer, Fla., March 30, 1939. He was a civil engineer, but had retired after many years of active service in various important positions. He was the son of the late Rev. M. W. Woodworth and brother of our distinguished friend, R. B. Woodworth D. Sc." --"Record of Hampden-Sydney Alumni Association," JUL 1939, Vol. 13, No. 4, p. 22.
Book:Spirit of Jefferson; Marriage Announcement: Woodworth - Raymond; newspapers.com; originally published Charles Town, WV: the newspaper, 11 OCT 1881, p. 2.; Website
Book:Robert Bell and Lucy Zell Woodworth : Antecedents and Progeny, Facts and Anecdotes; John Bell Woodworth, Compiler; AUG 1977; Digitized Copy from Salt Lake City UT: Family History Library, PDF file.; Website
Book:Descendants Of Walter Woodworth of Scituate, Mass.; William Atwater Woodworth, compiler; Google Free E-Book; White Plains, N. Y. , the compiler, JAN 1898; Website
Website:Individual Group Record: Rev. Malcolm William Woodworth; FamilySearch.org; # KTHZ-FN1;